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Lights. Action! / think:Fire / The Trade / Free-Korps @ East Neuk

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Lights. Action! are performing a headline tour in support of their mini album "All eyes to the morning sun" - KKK

Supported the likes of Anberlin, Boy Kill Boy and Go:Audio.

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"Following 18 months of relentless gigging around the UK, which has seen the band share stages with heavyweights such as Funeral for a Friend, Say Anything, Fightstar, New Found Glory and The Used, think:Fire are set to release their debut EP Swings and Roundabouts in January.

Swings... was produced by Romesh Dodangoda, known for his work with the likes of Funeral for a Friend, Kids in Glass Houses and Dopamine at his Cardiff based Long Wave Recording Studio. The EP is equally uplifting as it is broody and showcases the bands transformation since their incarnation just under two years ago.

Youll find the epic soundscapes, soaring riffs and beautiful melodies, youll have come to expect from think:Fire on Swings..., as well as a guest vocal appearance from Kids In Glass Houses frontman Aled Phillips on They Shape Shift.

As far as debut releases go, the EP is a crystal clear statement of the ambition and passion that fuels the quintet. "

The Trade

A refreshing outlook on Indie music from Dundee


"Free-Korps are an unsigned band from Aberdeen formed in 2006. Drawing on influences such as The Cooper Temple Clause, The Chameleons and Puressence, Free-Korps play pounding electric music."

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This is gonna be awesome! Well excited!!!



It says they are playing at Drummonds as well on Friday?! I knew about the East Neuk gig, busy night for them i guess!!!:popcorn:

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Looking forward to this, played with Lights.Action! on Weds in Dundee, excellent band like.

Think we are on at 8pm, so an early start. if you are coming to see us:love:

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Sound quality was terrible - but bands I saw did well against this. Was the drum mic even on during The Trade or Free Korps??

Totally wrong sound for both these bands, didnt see the other two as had to dj. No one even seemed to be on the sound desk??

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